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Northwood, North DeSoto, Calvary are among Shreveport’s winners in the second round of LHSAA football

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Northwood scored three touchdowns from Mason Welch, along with a hit from defenseman Ta’Derius “Tootie” Collins, to easily get past St. Paul’s 35-9 in the second round of the LHSAA football plaoyffs on Friday.

Welch had two rushing TDs for the Falcons (9-2) while hitting Marc Denison for another hit. Collins picked up a blocked punt and rumbled in for a TD, and senior Mar’Jayvious Moss also scored. Northwood will visit Brother Martin (7-5) in the quarterfinals in New Orleans next week.

North Desoto 33, Cecilia 14: The Griffins (10-1) easily won over Cecilia (8-4). Cole Cory collected two TDs while John Lewis, Landon Falls and Trystan Harper also scored. The Griffins will go south to No. 28 Breaux Bridge (6-6) in the quarters.

29 Denham Springs, 28 Benton: Benton (8-4) lost to Denham Springs (10-2) in the final seconds. Gray Walters accounted for three TDs, including two passes and one on a 14-yard touchdown run. Pearce Russell had a 37-yard TD reception while Andy Lim and Greg Manning added points.

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35 East St. John, 21 Haughton: The 2022 season ended for Haughton (6-6) against East St. John (10-2) despite goals from Colin Rains, Tyler Rhodes and Rashard Douglas.

ED White 32, Gospel 29: The Eagles’ run ended away against ED White (10-1). Parker Fulghum scored twice for Evangel (7-5) while Dashawn Johnson and Tyreek Robinson each added a TD.

Many 21, Richwood 0: Many (10-0) started their playoff run with a Rams shutout (7-5). The Tigers got all the points they needed from Tackett Curtis, who scored twice, and Jeremiah James, who scored once. The No. 1-seeded Tigers will play Rosepine (10-2) away in the Quarterfinals.

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Golgotha ​​52, Northlake Christian 0: Calvary (9-2) opened their playoffs with a shutout from Northlake Christian (8-4). James Simon had 14 carries for 106 yards, two rushing TDs, and a receiving score for the Cavaliers. Abram Wardell threw for 307 passing yards and four points with Jay Simon, Aubrey Hermes, Kolby Thomas and James Simon on the receiving side. Calvary will be away at Dunham (10-1) next week.

Calvary advanced to the LHSAA Division III quarterfinals on Friday with a 52-0 win over Northlake Christian.

Episcopal 10, Loyola 7: The Flyers (6-5) saw their season-ending in Baton Rouge against Episcopal (10-1). Cooper DeFatta scored the lone touchdown for the Flyers.

Glenbrook 42, Catholic Pointe Coupee 21: Glenbrook (11-0) steers into the quarterfinals in his first playoff run by defeating Catholic-PC (10-2). Turner McLelland scored twice while Cason Clemmons, Rhett Johnson, DJ Carter and Tre Kent scored once. Glenbrook next meets No. 3 Ouachita Christian (10-1) in Monroe.

Logansport 46, East Feliciana 16: Logansport (9-3) advanced to the quarterfinals by beating East Feliciana (7-5). Jayven Claybrook scored four TDs for the Tigers. Khameron Boykins reached the end zone once. The quarterfinal game will be a replay of last year’s Class A state championship game against Homer (8-3).

Homer 52, Delhi 7: The Pelicans (8-3) advanced with a win over Delhi (7-4). Elyjay Curry scored two goals for the Pelicans while LaMichael Greer, Katrevick Banks and Spencer Dunn added TDs. Walteze Champ and Gregory Williams contributed defensive points. Homer will host Logansport (9-3) next week.

Arcadia 18, White Castle 12 (2OT): The Hornets (9-3) advanced past White Castle (8-3) into the Quarterfinals. Rodtravious Jackson scored all three touchdowns for the Hornets. Interceptions were made by D’mitri Carr, Tyreun Fields and Omarion Carr. Arcadia will host No. 3 Mangham (9-1) next week.

45 St Mary’s, Hanson Memorial 0: St. Mary’s (9-1) Adam Parker’s connection to Ethan Busby was fatal to Hanson Memorial (9-3). Parker was 11-for-19 for 296 yards with three TD passes to Busby, who finished with five receptions for 223 yards. Joe Metoyer had 14 carries for 97 yards and two TDs. Parker also had a quick touchdown. St. Mary’s travel to No. 4 St. Martin Episcopal (10-1) in the Quarterfinals.

Jimmy Watson covers sports in the Shreveport-Bossier area. Email him at [email protected] and follow him on Twitter @JimmyWatson6.

This article originally appeared in the Shreveport Times: LHSAA Soccer: 13 Shreveport-area Teams Advance to Quarterfinals

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